Your generous gifts to Queen’s Law make an invaluable and lasting impact on our students, faculty and alumni. With your help, we create modern teaching and learning spaces with state-of-the-art educational technology. We also recruit first-class students and offer them ways to enrich their legal education – from participating in new and enhanced hands-on learning opportunities to studying in exchange programs with leading universities around the world and interning with international public interest organizations. You are a critical part of our success in maintaining our status as a leading Canadian law school.

Your investment in the Faculty is greatly appreciated and will be publicly and gratefully highly recognized. Classrooms, programs, moots and student awards can be named in your honour. It is important to us to recognize your generosity and thank you for your support of Queen’s Law.

To show our gratitude, we have created a number of ways to recognize your support. 

Cumulative Giving Wall 

Cumulative Giving Wall

Prominently located in the Queen’s Law atrium, our Cumulative Giving Wall displays the names of all benefactors who have given gifts totaling $25,000 or more to the school. 

Cumulative contributions are recognized at the following levels:

Level 1: $1,000,000 +
Level 2: $500,000 – $999,999
Level 3: $250,000 – $499,999
Level 4: $100,000 – $249,999
Level 5:   $50,000 –   $99,999
Level 6:   $25,000 –   $49,999


Class Giving Wall 

Class Giving Wall

Situated in the much-travelled hallway to the student lounge, our Class Giving Wall displays the graduation years and initiatives of all classes that have contributed more than $25,000 to their alma mater.

Cumulative class gifts are recognized at the following levels:

Level 4: $250,000 +
Level 3: $100,000 – $249,000
Level 2:   $50,000 –   $99,000 
Level 1:   $25,000 –   $49,000



Building Recognition

Gifts made to major renovation campaigns are also recognized inside the home of Queen’s Law. In the hallway to our lower-level classrooms there are displays listing donors who contributed to the school’s major building renovations between 1996 and 2002 and to the classroom renewal project between 2009 and 2010. 

Some spaces in the Queen’s Law building, as well as in our Queen’s Law Clinics located in downtown Kingston, have been named in recognition of leadership gifts. 
Gifts made to the Faculty of Law may also be recognized by Queen’s University